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BHOPAL: Dainik Bhaskar, one of the largest circulated Hindi newspaper, has started – Ek Sapna Ek Saathi- initiative, especially for Physically Challenged Children, under its Samarpan social project. The event was organized on the occasion of Children’s day across various states.
“This activity has been organized for the first time by any organization that is into Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities, and we take immense pride in sharing that the activity was a major success at all the locations where the event was organized.” Dainik Bhaskar Samarpan said in the statement.
“Mostly we see that Children’s day is celebrated among normal children and also there are some events that focus on physically challenged children; but Dainik Bhaskar took the initiative to setup a platform and organize event which encompasses both set of children (normal and physically challenged). In this event we conducted various competitions in which the physically challenged children and the normal children will act as a team and help in conveying what the actual dream of the child is.”, a Dainik Bhaskar Samarpan executive said INDIACSR.
The aim of the event is to make the normal group of children realize the importance of helping such people and such a small help from their side means a lot in someone’s life.
Dainik Bhaskar Samrpan carried out this event throughout India in multiple states such as Madhya Pradesh, Chattisgarh, Jharkhand, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra and Punjab.
The event was organized in schools of normal as well as physically challenged children. The total number of children participation including both normal as well as physically challenged children was around 3500.
To motivate the children prizes were given to the participants in the categories defined for the competitions. To create a sense of understanding in the minds of the normal children about helping such kids, know that these kids also have dreams and also motivate them by making them play a part in helping the physically challenged children in helping to describe their dream to the world.
The interaction between the children was also heart touching.
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